Articles about Andrea Arnold
he director of the new Emily Bronte adaptation on the sensuality of young love, and why she doesn't want to adapt a novel ever again.
Stark and unforgiving as her previous works, Andrea Arnold's new film finds her pondering the aftermath of a mysterious, multi-pronged trauma for yet another soulful, alienated loner. "Wuthering Heights" is an absolute provocation and the film confirms Ms. Arnold is one of the 21st century's most essential filmmakers. An interview here.
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The coincidence of a new film adaptation of Jane Eyre, by Charlotte Bronte, with one of Wuthering Heights, by sister Emily, rekindles a centuries-old debate between the virtues of writer Jane Austen and those of the Bronte sisters, and their respective, and decidedly warring, ideas of "romance."